Thanks to LifeHacker (via Kottle), Bud Caddell has shown how to be happy in business by identifying (hopefully!) the area where what you love overlaps what you know overlaps what you can get paid for. I read about this some years back as practical advice one parent gave her child, but like the simplicty (and labels — what can I say, I love labels — they order my life of Caddell’s venn diagram.
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- Wordnik Word of the DayFlittermouse
A bat; a reremouse; a flindermouse.
Example usage: Soon after the May garlands the meadow orchis comes up, which is called 'dead men's hands,' and after that the 'ram's-horn' orchis, which has a twisted petal; and in the evening the bat, which they call flittermouse, appears again.